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Operation Round Up® helps local programs

 

October 28, 2021

Front Row: Alexi Smith, Bemidji Career Academies; Lauren Berg, Olivia Bloomberg, Addy Kelly, BHS Girls Soccer; Ainsley Carlson, Solway Elementary School Second Row: Annie Butler Ricks, United Way of Bemidji; Kate Belleveau, Mask & Rose Women's Theater; Vicki Stenerson, Bemidji Community Theater; Destani Trigueros, Bemidji Career Academies; Mary Jo Wolter, Walker Bay Theater, Maggie McCalip, Bemidji Symphony Orchestra, Misty Frenzel, Christina Regas, Blackduck Beach Club; Karen Vleck, Anya VanAntwerpen, Bemidji Career Academies Third Row: Ruth Sherman, Community Resource Connections; Jenny Workman, Bemidji Gymnastics Club; Diane Mostad, Kelliher Library; Kendra Murray, Blackduck Area Toys for Kids; Sharon & Russ King, Blackduck Area Senior Center; Diana McKean, Blackduck Woodcarver's Festival; Heidi Bruder, Bemidji Early Childhood Collaborative; Brian Stefanich, Bemidji Career Academies/Solway Elementary School; Rick Toward, BHS Boys Soccer

Bemidji, Minn. -The Beltrami Electric Cooperative Trust Board for Operation Round Up® met in October and awarded grants to 18 area nonprofit and community organizations totaling $43,222. Many local programs and non-profit organizations benefit from Operation Round Up®, a charitable program unique to electric cooperatives. The program is designed to give cooperative members a means of working together to use small change to make a big impact in their local communities. The next application deadline is March 2022 and details can be found at beltramielectric.com.

 

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